Advanced analytics is bringing more science to the art of strategy development. Don’t discount the positive impact. Also, see how digital analytics is expanding in new and exciting ways.
By Sasha Vesuvala and Sean Brown, contributing writers for McKinsey.com
In this episode of the Inside the Strategy Room podcast, we explore how digital analytics is revolutionizing strategy. Nicholas Northcote, who for years led McKinsey’s research on strategic decision making, is joined by Sagie Davidovich, the cofounder and CEO of SparkBeyond, a McKinsey partner company that operates an AI-driven analytics platform, and Sasha Vesuvala, who leads much of McKinsey’s work in applying advanced analytics to strategy and growth-related questions. This is an edited transcript of the discussion.
By Jeremy Thomas, contributing writer for Phys.org
The announcement that the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) had detected gravitational waves during the merger of two black holes sent ripples throughout the scientific community in 2016. The earthshaking news not only confirmed one of Albert Einstein’s key predictions in his general theory of relativity, but also opened a door to a better understanding of the motion of black holes and other spacetime-warping phenomena.
By Adam Zewe, contributing writer for News.mit.edu
When humans look at a scene, they see objects and the relationships between them. On top of your desk, there might be a laptop that is sitting to the left of a phone, which is in front of a computer monitor.
By Erin McNemar, contributing writer for Healthitanalytics.com
A Mayo Clinic study using data analytics indicates that hospitals can reduce unnecessary blood transfusions and costs by implementing patient blood management programs. According to the findings, blood management programs can also reduce the length of hospital stay and improve patient outcomes.
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